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Largest IoT Association Unveils Digital Conference for Industrial Users
London (18 March 2020): The IoT M2M Council (IMC) - the largest trade group serving the Internet of Things sector, with 25,000 members - will organize its first full online conference for industrial users. The "Industrial IoT Online Summit" will take place 22-23 April 2020 and cover a wide range of industrial IoT subjects, including private LTE networks, edge analytics, data exchanges, 5G, machine learning, public clouds, blockchain security, low-cost connectivity, and much more. The IMC will promote the conference heavily to its membership of qualified enterprise users and manufacturers, but non-members may also attend and speak.
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IMC Governors Vote Brown, Bybjerg, as New Chair, Vice Chair
London (4 February 2020): The Board of Governors of the IoT M2M Council has voted to elect Sara Brown of MultiTech and Kim Bybjerg of Tata Communications as their new Chairman and Vice Chairman, respectively. Nominations and voting took place at the IMC's Annual General Meeting at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas last month. The IMC is comprised of 25,000 enterprise users, OEMs and apps developers as rank-and-file members, and its board includes representatives from AWS, HPE, Semtech, and Vodafone, among many other technology solutions providers.
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IoT Pavilion at CES to Show Explosive Growth Next Year
Las Vegas (22 January 2020): The IoT Infrastructure Pavilion @ CES, organized by the IoT M2M Council trade group, will increase by well over 50% for the 2021 event. The IMC pavilion will also move into the North Hall of the Las Vegas Convention Center to accommodate the pavilion's growth - averaging close to 50% for the last three years - and demand for larger booths. CES draws tens of thousands of OEMs and product design professionals from sectors like automotive, smart home, and wearables, and almost half of the pavilion's available exhibition space for the 2021 event has already been sold.
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iBASIS joins IMC as Enterprise Demand for Global Connectivity Spikes
London (12 November 2019): a leading provider of communications worldwide, iBASIS has joined the IoT M2M Council (IMC) as a Sustaining Member to support its global operating footprint and take advantage of the IMC’s marketing and research platforms. iBASIS is rapidly expanding into e-SIM powered IoT connectivity and new enterprise markets. The IMC, a trade association with 25,000 members comprised of enterprise users and OEMs that buy IoT solutions, has ~40% of its membership in North America, the balance dispersed globally.
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Microsoft and C3.ai apply IoT to future pandemics
Microsoft is working with AI software provide C3.ai and a group of US universities to apply IoT and artificial intelligence technology to mitigate future pandemics.
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AWS Detective investigates complex security cases
Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announces the general availability of Amazon Detective to analyse trillions of data points to make it easier to visualise security data and conduct faster and more efficient investigations. WarnerMedia and T-Systems are early users.
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U-Blox acquires Thingstream for $10.3m
Wireless technology company U-Blox has acquired fellow Swiss firm Thingstream, an IoT communications-as-a-service provider, for CHF10m ($10.3m), announced Thomas Seiler (pictured), CEO of U-Blox, this week.
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The IMC offers a collection of in-depth case studies for IoT and M2M deployments, spanning the broadset possible range of verticle market applications and geographies. The Use Cases will include critical information concerning ROI, Total Cost of Ownership, enhanced revenue streams, and other tangible outcomes of deployments wherever possible, organized by vertical market categories. It is the considered opinion of the IMC Board that broader adoption of M2M technologies will be fostered by this kind of qualitative research, providing IoT and M2M Adopters with valuable lessons learned from real-life examples.

 

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